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On either side of the center section is a wing a story and a half high connected by passageways.
HALLOWED HERITAGE: THE LIFE OF VIRGINIADOROTHY M. TORPEY
And the passageways, although brilliantly lighted, were mere narrow tunnels.
RUNAWAYWILLIAM MORRISON
There is no use to which we can put these passageways nowadays.
THE TITLE MARKETEMILY POST
Can you imagine a male and female calling to each other through the long and winding passageways beneath the ground?
BOOK OF MONSTERSDAVID FAIRCHILD AND MARIAN HUBBARD (BELL) FAIRCHILD
Twenty miles from Avallon is the church of Montral, like a feudal fort guarding one of the main passageways from Champagne.
HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY
Open-ditch drains are deeper, more permanent water passageways around or across the fields.
THE FIRST BOOK OF FARMINGCHARLES L. GOODRICH
We can make passageways through the soil to a lower level and then let gravity pull the water through them to lower ground below.
THE FIRST BOOK OF FARMINGCHARLES L. GOODRICH
By boring downward at an angle, they had intercepted the inner passageways that led to the buried king and his treasure.
THE EGYPTIAN CAT MYSTERYHAROLD LELAND GOODWIN
All fire escapes should have separate passageways to the ground, without passing any openings in the walls.
CHICAGO'S AWFUL THEATER HORRORVARIOUS
The narrow mountain gorges serve as passageways from one terrace to another.
THE WORLD AND ITS PEOPLE: BOOK VIIANNA B. BADLAM

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